Pagosa’s Feature Length Video now offered for sale to the public
This video has been popular at the Sisson Library and will now be offered to the public.
The video’s sponsors, KWUF Radio, Puja & Udgar Parsons and Pagosa.com, are making “An Afternoon with the Natives” available from Pagosa Pics Photo Center. For the non profit price of seven dollars this feature length film can be yours.
Call Cheryl or Bill at Pagosa Pics and ask them to make your copy. (970)731-7444
This documentary was recorded in 1995 as part of Pagosa Country History and Culture Appreciation Week. It features many Pagosa natives sharing their memories from the pioneer days to modern times.
This video is furnished on loan from the Sisson Library.
On the cover is Nina Gomez-Stolter wearing the most valuable and historic objects ever in Pagosa Country. This shawl and necklace came to America with the first permanent settlers of the U.S.A. a half century before the Pilgrims.
The late Margaret Archuleta Daugaard tells many tales from settlement to her life at the La Cantina Saloon.
Everyone’s favorite Pagosan, Fred Harman, tells of his family settling in the area and many more fun and interesting past events.
Mrs. Giordano shares many memories from her life at The Great Pagosa Hot Spring.
Mrs. Pedea from Pagosa Junction tells of the early railroad coming to the area and her life in southern Pagosa Country. She does a fashion show with items from back in the day.
Also on hand are Dick Ray, Peggy Jacobson, Ann Oldham and Jean Taylor.
PagosaSprings.com editor, Norm Vance, leads the interviews.
You will learn interesting history and hear charming and entertaining tales from the early days in Pagosa Springs.